While Google's improving Android Market is still the focal point of developers for selling their Android apps, Amazon and Verizon's Markets are gaining some interest.
Appcelerator published an extensive report today, which details the changing trends of App developers on all platforms. Of particular interest was where Google (GOOG) Android developers planned to sell their apps. According to the 1500 responses, 37% of developers were interested in selling their App on Amazon while another 13% were interested in selling their app on the Verizon (VZ) app store. Strangely, at least in relation to Apple (AAPL) who have only one official avenue to get your apps on their devices (the App Store), only 82%of developers planned on using Android's market.
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